Carole M. Lokan-Moore – Biographical Profile and Positions on the Issues

Previous Candidate for State Senator District 7, New Jersey

New Jersey Republican Party
1029 Cooper StreetEdgewater Park NJ 08010
General (political statement of goals, objectives, views, philosophies)

If you are not a part of the solution, you are part of the problem"…. I am here to be the "Solution". Our founding fathers were not "Politicians", they were farmers, planters, & property owners who came for a bit, did their best. Then George, Thomas, etc. went home to allow some one with "newer ideas" to step forth. that's what we need today. Kick out all the "Career Politicians" ! New Jersey needs new blood in Trenton. N. J. needs legislators who will "think outside of the box" to get control of spending. NJ needs legislators who will not "spend tax payers money on private interest groups like Planned Parenthood" Our Governor Vetoed Diane Allen's Bill to waste 7 million of tax payers money, but she attached it, to another bill, and it passed. As a Christian, I do not want my tax money payed to the Largest Abortion Clinic in the Country. It is time for the "Career politician to go back home". It is time to shrink our Government spending by half. It is time to let "new Ideas" spring forth to stimulate this economy. Let's cut the Regulation and make N.J. 'ready for Business" & welcome back the entrepreneurship of tomorrow.

Personal (gender, age, marital status, spouse's name and age, children's name and ages, home town, current residence)

Family Husband William

2 Children Carrie, Lizzie

Birth Date 05/07/1946

Birthplace Camden, NJ

Home City Edgewater Park, NJ

Education (times and places of schools, colleges, major, degrees, activities, sports)

Attended, Rosemont College - E.S.L., 1990

Attended, Glossboro College, 1971-1972

AA, B. Co. College, 1977

Profession (professional and work experience outside politics)

Teacher, 1972-present

Civic (past and present organizations, charities involvement)

Founding Vice President, American Business Women's Association, 1993-present

Range Officer, Delran Junior Marksmen Target Team, 1990-present

Instructor, Hunter's Education, New Jersey State Volunteers, 1990-present

Docent, New Jersey State House Tour Guide, 1990-1998

Political (dates and titles of previously held political offices)

Secretary, E.P. Environmental Commission, 1980

Candidate, New Jersey State Legislature, 2001

Religion (current and past religious affiliations, beliefs)


Stimulating New Jersey's Economy

The solution for moving our country ahead, is to allow any citizen to open a legal business in their homes, without the red tape of government mandates, permits, inspections, fees for zoning /planning boards. If Big Government would get out of the way, "Entrapeneurs" would be able to "get the ball rolling" by using the foundation on which this country was formed…..the small business owner….the store out front and the family living up stairs…. is what our country was founded upon, and we need to get back there. Big business cannot support everyone. Jobs must come from individuals who had a dream. Allow that dream to flourish without government intrusion, and the economy will move forward.

Source: (06/03/2011)

New Jersey Education, a General Statement

Ineffective Educational process, spending thousands on remedial students, and "cheating" achievers who are trying to thrive in this atmosphere. If we don't support our science and math students, we won't have the engineers and architects needed to build a new tomorrow. As a retired educator, we must pay for "good services", in stead of "Union Sponsored dead beats" who are not effective in the classroom, and allow them to be fired. Merit pay is one good idea.

Source: (06/03/2011)

New Jersey State Government and Agencies, a General Statement

Big Government Over Spending: For some reason neither the state or Federal Government understands the concept that we, in small business deal with every day. "YOU CAN'T SPEND MORE THAN YOU MAKE". Big government thinks they have a "cash cow", in the form of citizens, who can be milked to death. The time has come. The "milk is gone". Big government Mandates must be cut in half to save the property tax payers, who are being "drained" by "Over Legislation".

Source: (06/03/2011)

New Jersey Taxes, a General Statement

New Jersey Regulations & Property taxes are the highest in the nation, and they go "hand in hand". My plan is to remove 50% of the State Mandated Regulations thus giving the individual townships the ability to control and balance their budgets. Reducing property taxes, so our "stability base", in the form of Senior Citizens, can stay in their home and support neighborhoods. This must be priority.

Source: (06/03/2011)

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